Three women who accused former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow II of rape and other crimes last month could not identify him in court on the first day of his pretrial hearing Wednesday in Vista, California
He was back in court Wednesday, where three women testified, according to The San Diego Union Tribune.
Multiple witnesses can't identify Kellen Winslow in court, which may have something to do with Kellen Winslow looking not much like Kellen Winslow https://t.co/bic7t8b0Nt
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One, a 54-year-old, said a man stopped to pick her up as she was hitchhiking, leading to him allegedly raping her. When asked to identify the assailant, however, the woman identified Winslow’s lawyer.
A 71-year-old woman said in court a strange man had entered her mobile home, and while there was no harm to her, she reported it to police after seeing Winslow had been arrested earlier in the month. However, the woman also failed to identify Winslow in court as the man she encountered.
The third woman testified that a man approached her while she was gardening and exposed himself. But she could not pick out the man in a photo lineup or in court Wednesday.
Day 2 of the hearing is set for Thursday, when the other alleged rape victim is scheduled to testify. A judge then will decide if the case should continue to a full trial. Winslow’s glasses guy deserves a raise.